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|... losing money. The analysis covered 11 "meme stocks" (stocks whose share prices skyrocketed due to social media hype on Reddit, Twitter and Facebook - not fundamentals). Based on an evenly weighted basket of the 11 stocks, investors over 40 would have ...|
|... can take the chatter on the social media platforms as a precursor to what is going to happen next, then if you look at Reddit or any of finfluencers' social media platforms, we see a lot of chatter about these annual performance tests. And especially ...|
|According to new analysis, stock picks which became popular on Facebook, Reddit and Twitter were almost guaranteed to see investors lose money. OpenMarkets Group (OMG) looked at trending stocks across Facebook, Reddit and Twitter - particularly those ...|
|... know supply and demand - same supply and more demand leads to prices going up. Then you add the "fear of missing out" and Reddit commentary and it triples the stock price." Fisher explained that Pengana has been trying to invest at both ends of the wealth ...|
|... stockmarket pricing has led to growing criticism that the Bank of Japan (BOJ) is distorting market pricing. Forget Gamestop and Reddit, the BOJ is the bigger player that's gaming the system. This disconnect is highlighted by the breakdown in the ...|
|... risky assets." But as the Australian Financial Review reports: "...Bank of Montreal chief economist Doug Porter said the Reddit army's attack on GameStop and other highly shorted stocks could foreshadow a more significant shift." "...a case can be ...|
|... US-based retailer Gamestop over 600% in the last week in a bid to short-squeeze hedge funds. The amateur investors, using the Reddit forum WallStreetBets, are reportedly targeting hedge fund Melvin Capital Management for putting a hefty short position ...|
|... unclear, however, there is still evidence on Courtright's site of claims that websites could generate ongoing income. A Reddit user reported investing $100,000 through The Income Store and being promised a guaranteed return of 15%. There is still evidence ...|
AMP today announces the appointment of Felicia Trewin as its new chief technology officer and member of the group executive committee.
State Street Global Advisors will roll out enhancements to four of its SPDR ETFs and, in the process, give Australian investors access to an ESG-focused global real estate ETF and reduced carbon emissions emerging markets ETF for the first time.
New Morningstar research recommends retirees should drop the 4% withdrawal rate to 3.3% for a balanced portfolio.
The former chief claims officer at Zurich Financial Services has moved to ClearView Wealth in a newly created role.
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